They actually did restore it, sent me an email about it, I uninstalled the game. I have no idea how much I can even get for mah account?Yes, would of been a smarter move.
Still an awesome video none the less though. But if you are going to delete the character, why sell everything to the vendor?
There will no longer be the urge to go back...
Can GM's restore your chars? heh
Don't think I would do that. However, our of curiosity.... would all of the armour pieces be revived as well?
Looking at the progress of this thread, it would appear you're getting back into WoW.They actually did restore it
I never played WoW. (Well actually I did play for about 1 or 2 hours but did not like it). However, like you I was addicted to Diablo II and spent all my free time playing that. For the last 2 years that I played I spent all my time building and dueling with Hell rushed level 9 duelers that were twinked to the max. I was considered one of the top VLLD players on US East. Finally, in 2004, I quit cold turkey and gave my accounts to an online friend. He quit a couple months later and sold my VLLD account for $300.Reminds me of Diablo 2. I played this thing online for 5 years, I had everything anyone could ever dream of having. This game took my life away much like WoW does to so many people nowadays. Then on december 2005 I finally had enough and deleted all my characters with every godlike imaginable item on them and never looked back. I felt bad for a few weeks, it was like stopping an addiction and you have to go through the detoxification period. Since then I've never played any kind of MMO and never will again, these kinds of games can addict me too easily. Actually any kind of game that requires grinding/competition between other players is a no no in my book, since you have to be always playing to keep up and it leads nowhere.
Quitting is the hardest part on this kind of games, I salute you and try not to replace it with something similar.
It pains me to see that some of you treat this game as if it were heroin.
It has very little replay value. OP didn't even make it to max level and he got bored. How people can possibly get addicted to it is beyond me.
I agree, I have played MMORPGs since Asheron's Call, and I haven't deleted that toon. I resubscribed after 1.5 years and there was still my toon. I quit WoW just recently but I will be back for the Lich King expansion.Funny, but I can never bring myself to deleting toons. Uninstalling the game was all I needed.
I noticed that too .Looking at the progress of this thread, it would appear you're getting back into WoW.
You said you like basketball and want to setup a server. Do it, and start reading up on SQL to get your interests elsewhere. There's nothing better then having a hobby where you actually have something to show for your time.
Neither can I. I spent too much time and money to just delete all my work. A good uninstall will stop ya.Funny, but I can never bring myself to deleting toons. Uninstalling the game was all I needed.
I just hope I will never meet you, who knows what else you want to pass up to your friends?Haha, I haven't seen him in about 5 months now.
I do not understand that, so all you want to do is be the best player on your server? Personally, I just play for the fun of it, I never strive to be the best of the best in any mmo.'Till they stop make expansions and there is finally a cap in the game, I might finish it up. I still got it on my computer, the shitty graphics alone keep me from playing that game... c'mon, go tell valve to make a version of it.
I just quit as well, been playing since about a month after launch (although this is about my 5th "quit" now).I just hope I will never meet you, who knows what else you want to pass up to your friends?
I do not understand that, so all you want to do is be the best player on your server? Personally, I just play for the fun of it, I never strive to be the best of the best in any mmo.
I just quit as well, been playing since about a month after launch (although this is about my 5th "quit" now).
I play for the same reason as the person you quoted. I want to be that guy in Ironforge or Orgrimmar that when you pass, you always inspect and go wow.. I wish I had that gear.
Not only that, but you won't be in the fun end-game dungeons if you were just "playing for fun". You would be stuck pugging 5 mans with constant wiping and waiting for replacements, which is no fun at all.
So I quit. I had too much time on my hands to spend on this game, and I was still getting nowhere because others weren't playing for as much as I was, so everytime I logged on, all I had to do was run around Orgrimmar until something happened two hours later. No thanks and good riddens.
I can't believe that some folk ( you guys ) would choose PVP over PVE. I find PVE way funner ;P.I started WoW when it first came out on blackrock pvp server... after grinding it out being one of the few high level rouges and ganking a many people as I could. I started to get bored after I found myself grieving newbs all day and dueling friends all day. I was expecting more of a hardcore PvP experience like old school UO or something even along the lines of DAOC. Instead all WoW turned out to be was a carebear pve circle jerk.
This sums it up nicely. Even the pvp felt like pve after a while. Grinding against people from other servers just to get more items or whatever. Contrast that with a game like Daoc, I literally never got tired of pvp in oldschool Emain, that was great times.Instead all WoW turned out to be was a carebear pve circle jerk.
If you quit at level 30 then you never even saw the game, basically.yeah i tried the game out a few months back. got to like level 30 and then i realized that the game is so boring. all that happens is you walk around pressing 1 and 2 to attack creatures that are around your level then you gain a few levels and then you move to a new area and kill more creatures. but guess what? your new powers you gained from leveling arent that impressive anymore because the creatures your fighting in this new area are the same damned level as you. so monotonous
why people pay to play games like this leaves me